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Most valuable brands in the world

  1. 1. Most valuable brands in the world Shashikant S Kulkarni [email_address]
  2. 2. Brand value: $44.29 billion Market cap: 143.02 billion Industry:  Internet computer software. Founded:  Menlo Park, California (September 4, 1998. Founder(s):  Sergey M. Brin and Lawrence E. Page. Headquarters:  1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, California, United States. Key people:  Lawrence E. Page (CEO, co-Founder and president, products); Eric Schmidt (executive chairman), and Sergey M. Brin (co-founder and president, technology). Revenue:  $29.321 billion (2010). Profit:  $8.505 billion (2010). Total assets:  $57.851 billion (2010). Employees:  24,400 (2010).
  3. 3. Rank: 2 Brand value: $42.80 billion Market cap: $165.72 billion Industry:  Computer software, consumer electronics, digital distribution, computer hardware, video games, IT consulting, online advertising, retail stores, automotive software. Founded:  Albuquerque, New Mexico, April 4, 1975. Founder(s):  Bill Gates and Paul Allen. Headquarters:  One Microsoft Way, Redmond, Washington, United States. Key people:  Steve Ballmer (CEO); Brian Kevin Turner (COO), and Bill Gates (chairman). Revenue:  $62.484 billion (2010). Profit:  $18.760 billion (2010). Total assets:  $86.113 billion (2010). Employees:  89,000 (2010).
  4. 4. Rank 3: Brand value: $36.22 billion Market cap: $154.32 billion Industry:  Retailing. Founded:  October 31, 1962. Founder:  Sam Walton Headquarters:  Bentonville, Arkansas, US. Key people:  Mike Duke (CEO); H Lee Scott (chairman of the executive committee of the board), and S Robson Walton (chairman). Revenue:  $408.21 billion (2009). Net income:  $14.33 billion. Employees:  approx. 2,100,000 (2009).
  5. 5. Rank: 4 Brand value: $36.16 billion Market cap: $189.72 billion Industry:  Computer systems, computer hardware and software, information technology consulting, and IT service management. Founded:  Endicott, New York June 16, 1911. Headquarters:  Armonk, New York, United States. Key people:  Samuel J. Palmisano (chairman, president and CEO). Revenue:  $99.870 billion (2010). Net income:  $14.833 billion (2010). Total assets:  $113.452 billion. Employees:  426,751 (2010).
  6. 6. Rank: 5 Brand value: 30.67 billion Market cap: 192.45 billion Industry:  Telecommunications. Founded:   1984. Headquarters:  London, United Kingdom. Key people:  Sir John Bond (chairman); Vittorio Colao (CEO); John Buchanan (deputy chairman), and Andy Halford (CFO). Revenue:  Pound 44.47 billion (2010). Profit:  Pound 8.645 billion (2010). Total assets:  Pound 156.98 billion (2010). Employees:  84,990 (2010).
  7. 7. Rank 6:  Brand value: $30.62 Market cap: $120.19 Industry:  Banking, financial services, and investment services. Founded:  1998 (as Bank of America Corp). Headquarters:  Charlotte, North Carolina, USA. Key people:  Charles O Holliday (chairman) and Brian Moynihan (president and CEO). Revenue:  $134.194 billion (2010). Net income:  $2.238 billion (2010). Total assets:  $2.264 trillion. Employees:  288,000 (2010).
  8. 8. Rank 7: Brand value: $30.50 billion Market cap: $475.07 billion Industry:  Conglomerate. Founded:  Schenectady, New York (1892). Founder(s):  Thomas Edison, Elihu Thomson, Edwin J Houston, and Charles A Coffin. Headquarters:  3135 Easton Turnpike, Fairfield, Connecticut, US. Key people:   Jeffrey R. Immelt (chairman and CEO). Revenue:  $104.635 billion (2010). Net income:  $12.163 billion (2010). Total assets:  $751.216 billion (2010). Employees:  287,000 (2010).
  9. 9. A pple Rank 8: Brand value: $29.54 billion Market cap: $244.38 billion Industry:  Computer hardware, computer software, consumer electronics, and digital distribution. Founded:  April 1, 1976. Founder(s):   Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne. Headquarters:  Apple Campus, 1 Infinite Loop, Cupertino, California, US. Key people:  Steve Jobs (chairman and CEO) and Tim Cook (COO and acting CEO). Revenue:  $65.23 billion (2010). Profit:  $14.01 billion (2010). Total assets:  $75.18 billion (2010). Employees:  49,400 (2010).
  10. 10. W ells Fargo Rank: 9 Brand value: $28.94 billion Market cap: $136.07 billion Industry:  Banking, financial services. Founded:  New York, NY (March 18, 1852). Headquarters:  San Francisco, California, United States. Key people:  John G Stumpf (chairman, president & CEO). Revenue:  $85.210 billion (2010). Profit:  $12.362 billion (2010). Total assets:  $1.258 trillion (2010). Employees:  280,000 (2010).
  11. 11. A T&T Rank: 10 Brand value: $28.88 billion Market cap: $235.99 billion Industry:  Telecommunications. Founded:  October 5, 1983. Headquarters:  Whitacre Tower, Dallas, Texas, United States. Key people:  Randall L Stephenson (chairman, president and CEO). Revenue:  $124.280 billion (2010). Net income:  $19.864 billion (2010). Total assets:  $268.488 billion (2010). Employees:  294,600 (2010).
  12. 12. Rank: 11 Brand value: $27.63 billion Market cap: $171.16 billion Industry:  Banking, financial services, and investment services. Founded:  1991 (HSBC Holdings plc) 1865 (The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited). Founder:  Sir Thomas Sutherland. Headquarters:  8 Canada Square, Canary Wharf, Tower Hamlets, London, United Kingdom. Key people:  Douglas Flint (group chairman) and Stuart Gulliver (group chief executive). Revenue:  $ 98.918 billion (2010). Profit:  $ 13.159 billion (2010). Total assets:  $ 2.454 trillion (2010). Employees:  307,000 (2010).
  13. 13. V erizon Rank: 12 Brand value: $27.29 billion Market cap: $381.09 billion Industry:  Telecommunications. Founded:  1983. Headquarters:  Verizon Building, New York City, New York, United States. Key people:  Ivan Seidenberg (chairman and CEO) and Lowell McAdam (president and COO). Revenue:  $106.565 billion (2010). Net income:  $10.217 billion (2010). Total assets:  $220.005 billion (2010). Employees:  194,400 (2010).
  14. 14. H P Rank 13 Brand value: $26.76 billion Market cap: $84.19 billion Industry:  Computer hardware, computer software, IT consulting, and IT services. Founded:  Palo Alto, California (1939). Founder(s):  Bill Hewlett and David Packard. Headquarters:  Palo Alto, California, US. Key people:  Raymond Lane (chairman) and Leo Apotheker (president and CEO). Revenue:  $126.033 billion (2010). Net income:  $8.761 billion (2010). Total assets:  $124.503 billion (2010). Employees:  324,600 (2010).
  15. 15. Rank 14: Brand value: $26.15 billion Market cap: $204.86 billion Industry:  Automotive robotics and financial services. Founded:  August 28, 1937. Founder:  Kiichiro Toyoda. Headquarters:  Toyota City, Aichi, Japan. Key people:  Fujio Cho (chairman and representative director); Katsuaki Watanabe (vice chairman and representative director), and Akio Toyoda (president and representative director). Revenue:  Yen 18.9 trillion (2010). Profit:  Yen 209.4 billion (2010). Total assets:  Yen 30.3 trillion. Employees:  71,116.
  16. 16. S antander Rank 15 Brand value: $26.15 billion Market cap: $100.28 billion Industry:  Financial services. Founded:  1857. Headquarters:  Santander, Spain. Revenue:  Euro 42.05 billion (2010). Profit:  Euro 8.181 billion (2010). Total assets:  Euro 1.218 trillion. Employees:  178,870 (2010).

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